Half-improvised, low-to-no budget show with sketch comedy and live music (ranging from local talent to star performers), with Uncle Floyd himself as host, puppeteer and piano player.
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1986   1982   1981   1980  

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Scott Gordon ...
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Half-improvised, low-to-no budget show with sketch comedy and live music (ranging from local talent to star performers), with Uncle Floyd himself as host, puppeteer and piano player.

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Uncle Floyd -The best of the worst sketch comedy/Parody shows
8 July 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This show started on a UHF channel back in the 70's and was so bad it was good. If you like Mystery Science Theater without the movies, or Saturday night live without the fractional effort at professionalism,and the haphazard style of The Soup on E!, you will love Uncle Floyed. It was a parody of children's shows, like Sesmae street and Magic Garden which were still relatively new at the time. Floyd Vivino hosted using colorful characters and puppets. The audience was always supposed to be adults. It took on cult attraction as people waited for Looney Skiproony and BabaBooy. It is a slice of life from a time now gone. It still takes me back to some happy memories. I truly wonder if anyone born in the last 20 years can appreciate it.


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